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Paul Page, who served in the Royal Protection Command from 1998 until 2004, alleged that Ghislaine Maxwell (pictured at a wedding with the Duke in Salisbury in 2000 in newly resurfaced photos) made several secret trips to Buckingham Palace (top right) to meet with the Duke of York. He said that the female guests wouldn't sign the Palace's gate book and royal protection officers would even drive them home, or face an angry Andrew who'd become 'abusive' if challenged. Maxwell has been accused of acting as a 'Madam' and recruiting girls to become 'sex slaves' for disgraced paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, though she has denied the claims.The Duke of York is also under intense scrutiny over his close relationship with Epstein (pictured at this house bottom right).

Flybe bosses 'flew an EMPTY aircraft 123 miles to pick up Prince William and Kate'

Kate and William were initially praised for taking a standard £73-a-head flight but it was revealed that Flybe flew two empty flights just so that the royals would be seen on their plane. It ordered an Embraer 145 jet to be flown from its Humberside HQ especially for the trip. The other aircraft which should have taken them to Scotland, and had brought an earlier load of passengers from Aberdeen to Norwich as part of its regular shuttle service, took off from Norfolk empty around 45 minutes later, according to official flight records. It is understood that the two empty flights would be responsible for an extra 4.5 tons of carbon emissions. The revelations come as the Duke and Duchess were criticised for taking four private jet jaunts in 11 days.

PETER OBORNE: Jeremy Corbyn has been a disappointment. This is not because he's too radical and Left-wing. It's because he has shown no leadership whatsoever.

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RICHARD EDEN: Prince Harry has spoken wistfully of how he would have loved his wife, Meghan, to have met his mother, the late Diana Princess of Wales.

BA has started writing to passengers warning them their flights will be cancelled. The airline apologised for inconvenience and blamed the union for cancellations.

The Prime Minister warned migrants they would be 'sent back' if they crossed. Mr Johnson warned the UK should not be regarded as a place to arrive illegally.

Art dealer's son whose grandfather was 'king of commodities' killed himself after split

Kai Schachter-Rich, 21, was dating 20-year-old Lady Lola Crichton-Stuart (pictured together), daughter of the 7th Marquess of Bute. The couple enjoyed a glamorous lifestyle posting glossy images of parties, art shows and globetrotting jaunts on Instagram. But investigators suspect Mr Schachter-Rich could not face life without his girlfriend. His body was found at his north London home. A toxicology report found Mr Schachter-Rich was drunk when he died but not incapacitated. Traces of ecstasy, cocaine and cannabis were also found in his body, although they did not contribute to his death.

Two are fighting for their lives and have been rushed to hospital near the crash site in Loughton, Essex. A 21-year-old man was arrested for causing death by dangerous driving.

Charged with four counts of assault, Sir Philip is accused of 'repeatedly fondling' the bottom of Katie Surridge, 38, and making sexual comments towards her even after being told to stop.

Privately educated woman, 23, reveals how she has more than 30 tattoos to her father's

Hetti Harper, 23, (left) has lost count of the number of tattoos she has. Her father David Harper, 52, presenter of TV's Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip, (pictured with his daughter right) hoped each tattoo she got would be the last. Hetti, a singer in rock band, even has an inking of the motto of the private school she attended on her chest in Latin (inset). 'Parvis Imbutus Tentabis Grandia Tutus' roughly translates as: 'When you are steeped in little things, you shall safely attempt great things'.

This week, BEL MOONEY advises a 65-year-old woman who was conned into handing over £8,000 to a man she'd never met. Her family don't know and she feels they would disown her.

A 1.05-magnitude tremor has hit Britain's only active fracking site. The quake at Cuadrilla's Preston New Road facility near Blackpool, Lancashire, comes just two days after the largest.

Boris Johnson to warn Donald Trump that NHS and animal welfare standards are off the table

The Prime Minister will warn Donald Trump that the NHS and animal welfare standards will not be on the table in trade talks when they meet tomorrow. Boris Johnson will tell the US President they need to strike the 'right deal' as they have breakfast on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Biarritz, France. US officials had suggested signing a series of mini-trade deals with the UK following Brexit, but it is understood Mr Johnson favours one comprehensive agreement.

Donald Trump opens G7 summit with a slap at fellow leaders, calling them 'friends of mine, for the most part' but not in '100 percent of the cases'

Donald Trump threw shade at some of America's closest partners on Friday evening, mere hours before he'd see them in Biarritz at the Group of Seven summit.

Ring of steel: Biarritz is on lockdown ahead of G7 summit 

Leaders of the Group of Seven countries arrive on Saturday to discuss issues including the struggling global economy and climate change in Biarritz. French authorities have been tightening security in the beach resort ahead of the meeting. Police were seen arresting anti-G7 protesters near the site of the summit (pictured bottom centre), with gendarmerie boats seen patrolling off the resort's coast (bottom right). Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (bottom left) touched down in the seaside town earlier this evening, and police snipers were seen on rooftops ahead of his arrival (inset right). Authorities could be seen breaking up a makeshift barricade erected by demonstrators at a tent camp near Hendaye, France, as protesters clashed with police ahead of the summit (top).

The Queen's August horribilis: Not since the 90s has the monarch seen her family tarnished

PENNY JUNOR: The Queen (left) must have a sickening feeling of deja vu as she sits at Balmoral this summer and watches the good name of her family, yet again, being dragged through the mud. It was at the same time, same place, in the summer of 1992, when lewd pictures of the Duchess of York, newly separated from Prince Andrew, was snapped apparently having her toes sucked by her 'financial adviser'. Now, the Duke of York's extraordinarily ill-judged relationship with the odious, multi-millionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein (inset together left), Harry and Meghan private plane controversy (pictured right) and Zara Tindall's murky role as a director for Hong Kong businessman Dr Johnny Hon (inset right with Sarah Ferguson), have led to a string of bad press for the royals.

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were joined by Prince William and wife Kate for lunch today as the Royal Family enjoy their usual summer break in Balmoral, Scotland following a turbulent week.

RICHARD EDEN: When a Downton Abbey episode featured a Turkish diplomat dying while in bed with Lady Mary, viewers scarcely believed that his body could be simply whisked away.

Drunken scantily-clad revellers hit the booze to kick off a blistering hot Bank Holiday

Hundreds of party-goers were spotted in Blackpool and Birmingham last night as they enjoyed the first evening of the summer bank holiday weekend. As they left the clubs in the early hours of this morning they appeared to have had a good time, but some showed the effects of the night's alcohol intake more than others. One woman is carried home by friends (top left) while others pass out in the street (bottom left) or had to be supported by friends (top right). At one point two men were seen in the road with their arms around each other as revellers looked on (bottom right).

Donald Trump said late Friday evening that he's 'having a little spat with China' and suggested Fed Chair Jay Powell should resign, as he responded to the day's stock selloff for the first time.

Donald Trump says that Danish prime minister Mette Frederiksen called him and they had 'a great conversation,' dialing back an assault on the U.S. ally he called 'nasty' over her refusal to sell Greenland.

Naga Munchetty displays her toned legs in a pair of denim hotpants

She is always perfectly presented in sophisticated ensembles when hosting the BBC Breakfast show. But Naga Munchetty showcased her more casual side on Friday morning, as she stepped out of the BBC's Media City studios in Manchester. The BBC breakfast presenter, 44, appeared ready for the sunshine as she kept it very casual in a grey vest top and a pair of stone wash denim shorts.

Prince Andrew 'has had more than 1,000 lovers' but would never sleep with teenagers,

Prince Andrew has had more than 1,000 lovers according to close friends, but has not slept with any teenagers, as he faces more allegations following the suicide of Jeffrey Epstein. Andrew has faced intense scrutiny in recent weeks after his close relationship with billionaire paedophile Epstein was revealed, even after the disgraced financier was jailed for sleeping with an underage girl. However, while admitting that sex is 'a big thing' in Prince Andrew's life, a close friend has insisted that he is 'not into young girls'. The source added that the Duke of York has balanced a 'playboy' lifestyle with his royal duties and responsibilities to his family. Pictured from left to right: Prince Andrew with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, Andrew inset with US actress Koo Stark who he once dated, Bond girl Katie Rabett who was romantically linked to Andrew and former Miss UK and Bond Girl Carolyn Seaward who was also linked to the Duke.

Graydon Carter made the discovery when a reporter for the magazine began investigating Epstein after authorities compiled accusations against the disgraced financier in Palm Beach, Florida.

Investigations will focus on potential crimes committed against French victims, in France and abroad, and on French suspects connected to alleged Jeffrey Epstein crimes, Prosecutor said Friday.

Duke of York's 'fears over being drawn into civil proceedings' against the estate of

The Duke of York (pictured left with Virginia Roberts and Ghislaine Maxwell) has told friends he fears never being able to return to the US with the Jeffrey Epstein (right) case hanging over his head. Andrew has not set foot in the country since early 2017 and sources say plans to launch a business initiative there later this year have been put on ice. According to the Mail's sources, the prince is concerned about being drawn into civil proceedings brought by some of paedophile Epstein's many victims. At least five women who say they were abused by the financier have filed lawsuits against his £458million estate after he was found hanged in his New York prison cell on August 10 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.

Council staff in Scarborough and Whitby, North Yorkshire, are being sent into schools in a bid to 'improve the relationship between humans and gulls'.

Brenda Elmer, 81, died after eating contaminated food at St Richard's Hospital in Chichester, West Sussex. Sandwiches from a supplier in the Midlands were later withdrawn from NHS trusts

AMANDA PLATELL on Rod Stewart's debt to four very wise women

AMANDA PLATELL: What could be more symbolic of the Do Ya Think I'm Sexy rocker's colourful life than a photo of him alongside four of the five women with whom he has fathered eight children. Pictured: Left inset, Rod Stewart with his current wife Penny Lancaster and their children Alastair and Aiden. Main image, ex-wife Alana Stewart, current wife Penny Lancaster, Kelly Emberg and ex-wife Rachel Hunter. Top right, Sean Stewart, Kimberly Stewart, Ruby Stewart, Penny Lancaster and Rod Stewart. Right inset, Rod Stewart with ex-wife Kelly Emberg. Bottom right, Rod Stewart with ex-wife Rachel Hunter and their children Renee and Liam.

Shortages have been going on for months but reached 'crisis point' this week as most Evorel patches - the UK market leader - disappeared from the shelves.

Daisy Sherwood was born after 23 weeks. Mother Cara Onken, 23, and father Simon Sherwood, 32, called her a 'miracle' after she was delivered at the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent.

The World Health Organisation decided to revoke Britain's status as measles-free. Last year there were 966 cases which was almost four times as many as in 2017.

Currently brain injuries like concussion are diagnosed using CT scans which do not work well and only pick up bleeds in the brain.The new way of testing would allow people access to proper treatment sooner.

Blistering Britain set for a £2billion bank holiday boost as 8.6million people plan a

The figures, from tourist body Visit England's August Trip Tracker survey, are the highest since the research began in its current form in 2012. The number of trips has increased by 66 per cent in four years, with 5.1million staycations over the August bank holiday weekend in 2015. It comes as temperatures could reach 33C (91F) in parts of southern England tomorrow as warm and sunny weather covers the country. Patricia Yates of Visit England said: 'It is great to see that more Brits are planning a holiday at home this long weekend and will be out enjoying the outstanding destinations right on our doorstep.' Pictured: Top image shows sunseekers on the beach at Woolacombe in Devon. Bottom left shows three girls relaxing at Leeds Festival. Bottom right shows a man reclining in a pair of speedos in Bournemouth on a scooter.

Around one million people are expected to attend the annual celebration in London this Bank Holiday weekend. Superintendent Elisabeth Chapple has told officers to 'remember what they are there for.'

Notting Hill residents and store owners have set up wood panels with graffiti
outside of homes and shop windows ahead of the annual Notting Hill Carnival in the affluent west London suburb.

EXCLUSIVE: Guests watched in horror as staff and members of the public rushed to the stricken boy after he collapsed at the holiday park in Wiltshire, Longleat on Saturday, August 17.

Thousands of revellers at the Leeds and Reading Festivals basked in the Bank Holiday heatwave today, keeping the drinks flowing as they enjoyed performances from several high-profile artists.

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Kiss seals Lady Kitty Spencer's romance with fashion tycoon 32 years

RICHARD EDEN: Lady Kitty Spencer (pictured) has raised eyebrows among her social set through her romance with Michael Lewis, a fashion tycoon 32 years her senior. But these photographs from the French Riviera prove their relationship is anything but a passing fancy. Princess Diana's 28-year-old niece was seen kissing Lewis after leaving Club 55 in St Tropez. 'They are a happy couple,' I am told.

Dina Whitehouse, 40, was fined £1,000 for damage caused in the incident last July. Whitehouse, of Dursley, Gloucestershire, was initially charged with arson and endangering life.

The Campaign for Real Ale has selected 16 regional winners around the UK for its Pub of the Year prize, with the overall champion to be named in February 2020.

Susan Tate, 57, received a criminal record for having an illegal stuffed animal collection in her Newborough home. Police, with BBC's Crimewatch film crew, seized 20 stuffed animals.

Minute-by-minute account of Lord Mountbatten's murder 40 years after he was killed by

Lord Mountbatten was on holiday on the west coast of Ireland when he died. He was on board his converted fishing boat with his family on the trip in 1979 when the attack happened. His 15-year-old grandson and his boatman also died in the bomb blast. The IRA had repeatedly threatened to assassinate Mountbatten to which he was heard to declare: 'Who the hell would want to kill an old man anyway?'

The gap between private school results and the country as a whole is at its narrowest since 2010. The narrowing of the gap could be due to brighter private school pupils choosing different qualifications.

Three months is typically advised but this is now considered not long enough. Couples should consider cutting down on alcohol and starting taking multivitamins.

Laughing thugs shoot an escaped WALLABY and leave the animal fighting for its life at a playground near Windsor Castle

WARNING DISTRESSING CONTENT: Armed with catapults, the thugs chased the terrified macropod through a Windsor park before pelting it with lead projectiles and leaving it sprawling on the grass. And as the wallaby lay twitching on the ground, one of the five youths, believed to be aged 15, said: 'He's shot the kangaroo. The lead shot busted it. Kill it boys, it's wicked.' The appalling act of cruelty, which happened near a children's playground in Dachet, Berkshire, has left the wallaby fighting for its life with only a 50 per cent chance of surviving its wounds.

Anyone who fails to buy the correct ticket faces being targeted by an aggressive parking enforcement firm - hired by many hospitals - and forced to pay fines that can run to £100.

Analysis of typical journey times shows it is often faster or almost as quick to drive than to take the train between Manchester and Leeds, Sheffield and Leeds, Hull and Leeds and Newcastle and Leeds.

Animal rights group PETA have branded teachers of St Edwards School's Cheltenham, in Gloucestershire, as bad as 'sexists and racists' over their buy alpacas as pets for their Farm Club.

Jeremy Kyle is piloting a new show which could start next year, ITV's director of television, Kevin Lygo announced today. He said they have an 'ongoing commitment' to Kyle but it will not get 9.30am slot.

Emmerdale's Leah Bracknell reveals she hopes for an 'impossible miracle' in terminal

Emmerdale's Leah Bracknell [Left and in the soap, inset] revealed she still hopes for an 'impossible miracle, after she was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer in October 2016.  Speaking to The Mirror on Friday, the 55-year-old actress [pictured with her partner Jez Hughes, right] admitted that she remained hopeful after defying the odds when she was told she had just eight months to live. Discussing her positive attitude, she explained: 'People think, "Oh, she's crazy", but I believe in thinking outside the box. Medical science is an amazing thing and it is keeping me alive, but it has limitations because it is to do with the logical mind.

Illinois health officials are reporting what could be United States' first death tied to vaping. Friday the state health department said the unidentified person vaped and had severe lung problems.

The father-of-two, identified only as 'Todd F.', is being investigated by the Alberta Human Rights Commission after a complaint was filed against him in 2017 by the sitter, James Crynowski.

Jair Bolsonaro jokes around as he receives military honours while the Amazon rainforest

Activists demonstrated during protests in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo against the Brazilian government's handling of the Amazon crisis. Jair Bolsonaro has now authorised the use of the military to fight Amazon fires. Brazilian forces will deploy starting Saturday to border areas, indigenous territories and other affected regions to assist in putting out fires for a month, according to a presidential decree. The armed forces will collaborate with public security and environmental protection agencies, the decree says. Bolsonaro's office confirmed that he had signed it. He was today seen trying on a beret, posing for a selfie and grinning as he received military honours during a ceremony for Soldier Day at the Brazilian Army Headquarters in Brasilia. Pictured top and inset top left: Bolsonaro at Soldier Day. Inset right: Amazon fires. Bottom: Activists demonstrate during a protest against the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over the fires in the Amazon rainforest, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Jair Bolsonaro is forced into action over Amazon wildfire by global outrage

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro did not say when the armed forces would get involved, but said 'that's the plan' and suggested that action could be imminent. Mr Bolsonaro has previously described rainforest protections as an obstacle to economic development, sparring with critics who note that the Amazon produces vast amounts of oxygen and is considered crucial in efforts to contain global warming. Neighbouring Bolivia and Paraguay have also struggled to contain fires that swept through woods and fields and, in many cases, got out of control in high winds after being set by residents clearing land for farming. On Friday, a B747-400 SuperTanker (inset) arrived in Bolivia to help with the fire-fighting effort. Pictured top, bottom centre and bottom right: The blaze that has engulfed the Amazon in recent days. Bottom left: A map showing every fire that's started across Brazil since August 13, 2019, according to Global Forest Watch.

West Yorkshire Police have relaxed the rules and said 'small and inoffensive' tattoos on necks and hands can be displayed. A survey showed 55% of 1,182 officers interviewed last year had a tattoo.

The removed channels appeared to engage in a coordinated influence operation around the Hong Kong protests. A security leader said the discovery was similar to those made by Twitter and Facebook.

Michael Drejka found guilty of manslaughter

Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' shooter has been found guilty of manslaughter in the killing of Markeis McGlockton, a jury has decided. McGlockton was shot and killed by Michael Drejka during a July 2018 dispute over a disabled person's parking spot at a Clearwater convenience store. Drejka admitted to shooting McGlockton last year, but his defense team had tried to argue it was a case of self-defense at trial. He will be sentenced October 10 and faces a minimum of nine-and-a-half-years in prison and a maximum of 15 years. The 49-year-old had been arguing with McGlockton's girlfriend for parking in a disabled spot outside a food store in Clearwater, Florida. He did not have anyone in his vehicle and is not disabled himself but he said seeing people abusing handicap spots upset him. 

The Jamie Oliver Group has laid out an anti-obesity project that the chef hopes will be his 'legacy', months after all but three of his UK restaurants closed down when the business went into administration.

Sheffield Hallam MP Jared O'Mara and his office manager Gareth Arnold have both been arrested on suspicion of fraud after police raided the office a week ago and removed computers.

Londoners mock Taylor Swift's new song London Boy

Taylor Swift has been mocked relentless by Brits (inset) over the lyrics to her song London Boy, off new album Lover, which apparently reveals her rose-tinted view of the city. Swift mentions her love of the West End (top centre), nights in Brixton (bottom centre) and walking through Camden Market (bottom right) without referring to how busy the market is and how nights in the West End and Brixton often lead to people looking the worse for wear. Swift, who wrote the song about British boyfriend of two years Joe Alwyn (pictured together left in Highgate in February), also says you can 'find her in the pub' in London without mentioning how difficult it is to do that in a busy watering hole in the capital. It led to a deluge of jokes made at her expense on social media today.

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Ukrainian billionaire's £150m superyacht is seen off Devon coast - joined by helicopter 

Yuriy Kosiuk, 51, was reportedly on board the 285ft cruiser known as ACE (pictured) as it sailed passed the south coast. It can reportedly accommodate 12 guests in six cabins and also has a sauna, spa and lavish swimming pool. Mr Kosiuk is said to have a net worth of over £1billion, according to an estimate by Forbes in March 2016.

A 12-year-old British schoolboy has drowned in a pool at a Eurocamp site in France. Dozens of people are reported to have rushed to save him at the site 50 miles north-east of Paris.

Commuters were seen being led through the tunnel at St Pancras International as Thameslink Railway revealed there had been problems with overhead wires at Kentish Town.

Billionaire businessman David Koch, one of the richest men in the word and a prominent Republican party donor has died at age 79/. Details surrounding his death are unclear

Many charity executives earn significantly more than the Prime Minister's salary of £150,000. At least ten well-known charities handed their highest earners pay increases of thousands.

All but one of the UK's big six high street banks pledged to draft in staff to man the phones on the PPI deadline day. The PPI scandal is set to cost banking industry £44bn in compensation.

Researchers assessed 2,000 people on waiting lists and found that about 20 per cent reported being in extreme pain. And, as I saw with my gran, this can have a massive impact on their mental health.

Cai Wynne-Williams, 16, is celebrating high exam results at Cardiff High School, Wales, after spending her GCSE years transitioning to a girl. She says the school has been 'amazing' and welcoming.

Barry Payling, 67, (pictured) forced the big energy companies to pay for poor customer service. The photographer said the power giants often fail to defend cases if taken to a small claims court.

Former Page 3 LINDA LUSARDI reveals her devastation at losing her father to dementia

Linda Lusardi's much-loved father, Nello, (pictured together top left) suffered with Alzheimer's from the age of 82. She said that seeing the change in him broke her heart and thinking about it still reduces her to tears. Her mother Lila (bottom left with her husband) is now 86. The former Page 3 girl (right) said she was in no doubt that had her father lived longer, they would have joined the many families who have had to sell their homes to fund their care.

Millions of UK motorists and homeowners are affected by the underhand tactics of Admiral, Hastings and Direct Line. An average 30-year-old male could be overcharged up to £500.

ulie Goring, 37, from Northumberland, began visiting sunbeds as many as five times a week aged just 13 and has revealed how skin cancer left her unable to walk. Warning: Graphic images

Revellers said they were 'crushed' up against metal barriers at Reading Festival in a queue for a silent disco that was later cancelled by organisers due to 'technical issues'.

How this year's Great British Bake Off contestants are real showstoppers

ALISON BOSHOFF: An illusion cake which resembles a McDonald's take-away. Another which looks like a full English breakfast. A pale pink pavlova meringue wreath smothered in edible flowers and spiked with shards of honeycomb. And - most staggering of all - a three-dimensional church made out of nothing more than simple white piped icing. The 13 bakers, most of them young, appear to be extremely accomplished, not to say borderline professional.

Most of us will choose between ketchup or mayonnaise to go with our chips. But now the two have been married in the form of a new product - and it's coming to the UK.

Spaceflight photographer John Kraus says the video was taken less than 200 feet away, and captures the towering craft's violent launch as its spews clouds of smoke and fire until the camera is shrouded.

For the first time, MailOnline gained access to the secretive firms that have been described as a 'cancer' that is 'undermining the academic integrity of our universities brick by brick'.

Social media users have been arguing over the best children's programmes to appear on CBBC in recent years. The British broadcaster sparked the debate after sharing a chart ranking 30 shows.

Kenny Rainford, 53, and his wife Marie Rylance of Wallasey, Merseyside, booked their £200 flights to Alicante, Spain, through an Instagram page called Half Price 36522 which sells knock-off tickets.

An Oxford student left Twitter in stitches with a hilarious post capturing the less-than-glamorous reality of university life. Her 'expectation vs reality' post has racked up thousands of 'likes'.

This allows one to search for things like receipts, passwords, or any other interest that displays a searchable text. Google says it could make copying WiFi passwords a lot easier.

First look: Disney's Lady And The Tramp live-action 'reimagining' debuts with lead dogs voiced by Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux 

It's undeniable that Disney's animated classics hold a special place for filmgoers of all ages. Which is why the studio has begun the profitable practice of re-imagining those classics in live-action, with the help of CGI, as is the case with its upcoming release of Lady And The Tramp. The trailer for the film dropped on Friday, and many of the most beloved moments from the original are present, plate of spaghetti included.

Loaded with nuclear fuel, the Akademik Lomonosov, dubbed 'Chernobyl on ice', left the Arctic port of Murmansk today to begin its 3,000-mile voyage to Pevek in northeastern Siberia.

Russian president Vladimir Putin has ordered his Defence Ministry to 'take comprehensive measures to prepare a symmetric response' after the U.S. tested a Tomahawk missile on Sunday.

On holiday with the Beckhams! Victoria cosies up to David and (a rather terrified) Harper goes parasailing as they share charming snaps from their lavish family getaway to Italy 

They have been enjoying time together as a family during a luxurious breakaway to Italy. And David and Victoria Beckham looked happier than ever as they cosied up to one another onboard a yacht as they continued to document their idyllic trip to Puglia on Thursday.

Today, a stretch of track near Aldershot will receive 30kW from the nearby solar farm. Electricity will provide energy for the signalling and lights on Network Rail's Wessex route.

Researchers at The University College London blamed athletes' heavy use of sports drinks, gels and bars which can be high in sugar. Many athletes endorse such products.

Charming black and white pictures show the Victorians casting off their stern image and

Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones, an author and professor of ancient history at Cardiff University, posted the images (pictured) on his Twitter page - and even found one of the notoriously stony Queen Victoria grinning (inset). The pictures, which would likely have been taken on a bellows camera between the 1850s and end of the century, show people from all walks of life, including housemaids, gentlemen, and, of course, the monarch herself.

Michelle, from Dublin, appeared on last nights More 4 show 24 hour baby Hospital, and was being monitored at 24 weeks, as she had previously lost four other babies, who were all born prematurely.

Arjen Kamphuis, then 47, 'mysteriously vanished' in August last year from Bodo in northern Norway. Investigating police said today that it's probable he was swept out to sea after a kayaking accident.

Doctors at the University Hospital in Krakow used data from nearly 16,000 patients who had undergone the operation, which is often dished out as an emergency surgery to treat a heart attack.

Gold-clad Spanish bullfighter gored in the groin during Basque culture celebration 

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Paco Urena was pictured tussling with the animal as part of the Semana Grande (Big Week) fair in Bilbao, Basque Country, northern Spain yesterday. A photographer captured the moment the bull gored Mr Urena at the Vista Alegre bullring, during the Semana Grande festival which runs for August 17 to 25. The bullfighter, clad in a shimmering gold-coloured jacket and vibrant orange tights, can be seen making a pained expression as the bull lunges its horn between his legs as he seems to lose grasp of his archetypal red cape. Mr Urena had also been pictured smiling as he held two bull's ears as trophies (inset).

The video shows about five teens holding onto the mobile phone display. The gang got away from the Vicarage Fields Shopping Centre in London after a security guard failed to stop them.

Pinh Ly, 43, and her daughter were last seen at 10am on Thursday morning. They left their home in West Sussex before boarding a train to London Victoria railway station.

'Gang riot' caught on video: The shocking moment an SUV rams a BMW and leaves the woman inside screaming for help after yobs with baseball bats invaded Yorkshire suburb

Blood-curdling screams were heard at 2am today on Fir Parade in Ravensthorpe, Dewsbury. A witness said the incident was like a 'riot' with cars rammed, houses smashed and people carrying bats. A 17-year-old girl and two others ended up in hospital needing treatment. Shocking footage shows a grey Jeep smashing into a BMW leaving a woman trapped and screaming for help.

Riyad Mahrez's wife Rita filmed driving with her feet on the dashboard

Rita Mahrez is seen smirking slyly at the camera while her car is on cruise control. She has one hand on the steering wheel with the other resting casually on her outstretched leg.The 25-year-old former model was slammed as 'reckless' by other drivers who witnessed the dangerous stunt. One told MailOnline: 'She could have killed someone. It was so dangerous. It needs exposing. She clearly thinks she can do whatever she wants and to hell with the consequences. He added: 'She was putting every single person on the road around her at risk.' Motoring organisations also criticised the mother-of-two after viewing the video.

Researchers from Bristol's faculty of engineering demonstrated a new mechanism that enabled computation to be embedded into three soft robots - including one modelled on a gecko.

Chaya Baila Rothberg, known as CB, had just been to see a film with her boyfriend Yehuda Mehlman, 24, when a magician helped him ask her to marry him in New York, US.

The girls, aged two and one, lived in the home in Wandan Township, Taiwan, with their parents. More than 30 volunteers cleared bin bags from the house and filled two lorries with rubbish.

Glasgow schoolgirl looks tired and haggard after her first day back at school

Glasgow schoolgirl Lucie Falconer, five, looked bright-eyed and bushy-tailed ahead of her first day back at school. In a photo taken by her mother Jillian, she showed off her beaming smile looking neat and tidy in her uniform (left). But just hours later she came home looking dishevelled and haggard in a hilarious after photo taken again by her mother. In the picture, a tired-looking Lucie lugs her unicorn backpack by its strap (right). The schoolgirl's ribbon is out of place, her tie undone and her socks uneven. The mother-of-four said: 'I did say to her, "What did you do today?" and got usual reply all children give, "Oh, nothing much".

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Huw Edwards, 58, poses as an action hero on Instagram after losing three stone on a

Huw Edwards (pictured) has dropped from 16 to 13 stone since overhauling his workouts. His makeover began last year when he started a fitness regime with ex-boxer Clinton McKenzie. He has since gained 26,000 Instagram followers after sharing his new look. The BBC newsreader not only posts workout photos but also snaps from his holidays and work trips.

The trailer was seen veering across the motorway on the Surrey and Kent border. It caused delays of around 40 minutes as it zigzagged down the major road.

ROSE PRINCE reveals an unlikely new meat alternative for your Bank Holiday BBQ 

ROSE PRINCE: Surely of all the foods you'd imagine that could never successfully replace meat, watermelon would have to be at the top of the list. The first choice for a thirst-quenching snack on blisteringly hot days, this watery, sweet, vivid pink fruit is synonymous with summer holidays.

   

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